For your own good : the anti-smoking crusade and the tyranny of public health /
The tobacco controversy is usually portrayed as a battle between selfless defenders of public health and greedy merchants of death. In For Your Own Good, journalist Jacob Sullum argues that such a view conceals the true nature of the crusade for a smoke-free society. As Sullum demonstrates, this str...
|Published:||New York : Free Press, ©1998.|
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